In an abbreviated year that culminated with the cancelation of spring sports, Wilsonville High School finished on top of the 5A classification.
The Wildcats placed first in the OSAA Cup, an award given to the top schools in the state based on excellence in academics, athletics and activities.
Wilsonville scored 2,969 points while second-place finisher Crescent Valley accumulated 2,550 and third-place finisher Hood River had 1,973. Schools receive points based on competitive success and team grade point average rankings. Among accolades, the Wilsonville High volleyball and boys and girls soccer teams placed second in state while the boys and girls basketball teams reached the state semifinals. Also, many Wilsonville teams including orchestra, solo music, baseball and girls track boasted among the highest GPAs for their respective activities in the state.
"This award is the highest award given by the OSAA and exemplifies overall excellence by our school in academics, activities and athletics," Wilsonville High Athletic Director Dennis Burke wrote via email. "It honors our students, teachers, coaches and the entire school community and is a reflection of the hard work, dedication and passion our school represents."
West Linn-Wilsonville School District counterpart West Linn High School placed second in the 6A classification with 2,082 points while Jesuit placed first with 2,598 points.
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